We feel a lot of emotions throughout the day as veterinary professionals. Let’s recap our day 2017-style and convey them with Facebook reactions.
First patient of the day: I get to squeeze a BIG sebaceous cyst.
A client says, “It’s JUST a cat.”
I pop into x-ray, and I see a clean chest rad.
The practice manager brings in pizza for the team. I actually get to the break room in time to snag a piece.
Anal gland fluid sprays all over my co-worker. It misses me.
A canine patient is vomiting in the treatment area. There’s vomit. More vomit. Wow – that’s a lot of vomit.
Now there is diarrhea. A lot of diarrhea. We need more poop bags. Maybe a garbage bag.
A new client shows me some whacky information she printed off the internet. She won’t consider it might be flawed.
An awesome client requests to see me. She even gives me a hug.
The time has come for another one of my favorite patients to be put to sleep.
We actually get out of the hospital on time… On a Friday.
I love my job and the patients so much, I’ll come back to do this all again tomorrow.
How do the Facebook reactions reflect the ups and downs of your day at the veterinary hospital? Tell us in the comments.
Danielle is a former veterinary practice manager and the founder of SnoutSchool.com, a website dedicated to teaching veterinary hospitals to use social media effectively. You can get her 5 favorite social media tools here, or follow her on social media to see excessive photos of her Brussels Griffon. She’s @DanielleSnout on Snapchat, Instagram & Twitter.